Anthony Bourdain scholarship

In honor of the one-year anniversary of his death, Anthony Bourdain’s alma mater is offering a travel-based scholarship in his name. The Culinary Institute of America in New York will award the Anthony Bourdain Legacy Scholarship to one or more students per year to fund their study-abroad experience. Bourdain graduated in 1978 and received an … [Read more…]

Anthony Bourdain travel list

Anthony Bourdain did what many of us aspire to do — travel the world for a living. In an October 2015 post on the now-defunct listicle site Li.st, Bourdain noted five places around the world with, as he so eloquently put it, “No high fiving bros, oligarchs in Speedos, binge drinking soccer fans, (or) tour … [Read more…]

Anthony Bourdain’s favorite hotels

If there’s one thing to learn from Anthony Bourdain’s hit CNN travel docuseries, Parts Unknown, it’s that good travel experiences should be anything but cookie-cutter. He taught us to seek out hand-crafted meals and throw any notion of a comfort zone to wind, showed us and that there are few occasions not improved by a … [Read more…]

June 25 is official ‘Bourdain Day’

Two longtime friends and colleagues of Anthony Bourdain have started a campaign to declare June 25 — Bourdain’s birthday — “Bourdain Day.” To honor and memorialize their late friend, who died last year on June 8, chefs Eric Ripert and Jose Andres are encouraging Bourdain’s fans and friends to post their favorite memories using the … [Read more…]